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12th Dec '16 7:32:08 PM Doug86
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* As quoted above, in the ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' version of the DragonBallZ movie ''Tree of Might'', Goku is taking his IdiotHero[=/=]CloudCuckooLander schtick UpToEleven by attempting to talk to the giant tree. When Yamcha tries to interject some reason, an offscreen voice (which is actually a member of the BigBad's QuirkyMiniBossSquad) appears to answer for the tree. Yamcha gives up in disgust.

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* As quoted above, in the ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' version of the DragonBallZ ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' movie ''Tree of Might'', Goku is taking his IdiotHero[=/=]CloudCuckooLander schtick UpToEleven by attempting to talk to the giant tree. When Yamcha tries to interject some reason, an offscreen voice (which is actually a member of the BigBad's QuirkyMiniBossSquad) appears to answer for the tree. Yamcha gives up in disgust.
9th Dec '16 1:20:12 AM iroanxi
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* In ''FanFic/ThisBites'', Cross takes very little time to do this [[SelfInsertFic after he's dropped into One Piece]], remembering how much ItRunsOnNonsensoleum.
** Wiper does the same thing after he and the Shandians are absorbed into the madness that is a Straw Hat party.
** Vivi finally succumbs to the insanity of the Grand Line when [[RatedMForManly Boss negotiates with Franky]] in a {{Pec Flex}}ing duel, shattering his shell in the process. And later somehow getting a new one.
24th Nov '16 5:40:06 PM Arkhia
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* In ''The Sanctuary Telepath'', as Janine puts it:
-->'''Janine:''' As long as she's [Helen Magnus] here... Just go with it.
13th Nov '16 8:53:13 AM TheWanderer
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** In the season three two-part finale, "The Family that Slays Together...," there is a final epic battle between [[spoiler: an O.S.I. army, an army of Monarch henchmen, and an army of naked Hank and Dean clones led by Sgt. Hatred. Most of those involved don't see this as anything particularly unusual, but it proves to be the straw that breaks the camel's back for OnlySaneMan/Badass Bodyguard Brock Sampson. He mentions some of the weird things he's seen over his years as the Venture family bodyguard and quits on the spot.]]

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** In the season three two-part finale, "The Family that Slays Together...," there is a final epic battle between [[spoiler: an O.S.I. army, an army of Monarch henchmen, and an army of naked Hank and Dean clones led by Sgt. Hatred. Most of those involved don't see this as anything particularly unusual, but it proves to be the straw that breaks the camel's back for OnlySaneMan/Badass Bodyguard OnlySaneMan and badass bodyguard Brock Sampson. He mentions some of the weird things he's seen over his years as the Venture family bodyguard and quits on the spot.]]
13th Nov '16 1:10:02 AM Morgenthaler
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** In the season three two-part finale, "The Family that Slays Together...," there is a final epic battle between [[spoiler: an O.S.I. army, an army of Monarch henchmen, and an army of naked Hank and Dean clones led by Sgt. Hatred. Most of those involved don't see this as anything particularly unusual, but it proves to be the straw that breaks the camel's back for OnlySaneMan/[[{{Badass}} Badass Bodyguard]] Brock Sampson. He mentions some of the weird things he's seen over his years as the Venture family bodyguard and quits on the spot.]]

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** In the season three two-part finale, "The Family that Slays Together...," there is a final epic battle between [[spoiler: an O.S.I. army, an army of Monarch henchmen, and an army of naked Hank and Dean clones led by Sgt. Hatred. Most of those involved don't see this as anything particularly unusual, but it proves to be the straw that breaks the camel's back for OnlySaneMan/[[{{Badass}} Badass Bodyguard]] OnlySaneMan/Badass Bodyguard Brock Sampson. He mentions some of the weird things he's seen over his years as the Venture family bodyguard and quits on the spot.]]
4th Nov '16 7:08:14 PM Premonition45
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* Frank Grimes from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' memorably went the more dramatic route when he gave up on reason and started imitating the mind-numbingly stupid antics of his coworker, [[TheFool Homer Simpson]]. Because Frank wasn't BornLucky like Homer, he dies within minutes.
* In the episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' where he is introduced, Professor Farnsworth's clone Cubert keeps insisting that all of Farnsworths inventions are impossible. By the end of the episode, he gives in to Farnsworth's way of thinking, and manages to figure out how one of his inventions works just in time to save everyone.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': Frank Grimes from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' "Homer's Enemy" memorably went the more dramatic route when he gave up on reason and started imitating the mind-numbingly stupid antics of his coworker, [[TheFool Homer Simpson]]. Because Frank wasn't BornLucky like Homer, he dies within minutes.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'': In the episode his introductory episode, "A Clone of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' where he is introduced, my Own", Professor Farnsworth's clone Cubert keeps insisting that all of Farnsworths Farnsworth's inventions are impossible. By the end of the episode, he gives in to Farnsworth's way of thinking, and manages to figure out how one of his inventions works just in time to save everyone.
27th Sep '16 10:36:19 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* After spending hours trying to convince the White House cabinet that crops can't grow if they're watered with an energy drink, Joe of ''Film/{{Idiocracy}}'' only pulls it off after he finally gives up on reasoning and just claims that he can talk to plants, and they told him they wanted water.
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18th Sep '16 5:41:09 PM Sabrewing
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* ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonVsAceAttorney'': Phoenix Wright tries to use forensics evidence like fingerprinting to prove who touched a [[MagicWand Talea Magica]]. Unfortunately, he's arguing this in a MedievalStasis who strongly believe in witchcraft. Layton eventually says that they just need to go along with it and argue the defense's case taking the available magic spells into account.
9th Jul '16 6:42:11 AM IamTheCaligula
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** Later on, in ''Literature/SoLongAndThanksForAllTheFish'', we're introduced to Wonko the Sane who, after he found detailed instructions on how to use toothpicks [[note]]"Hold stick near centre of its length. Moisten pointed end in mouth. Insert in tooth space, blunt end next to gum. Use gentle in-out motion."[[/note]], concluded that mankind in general needed to be locked up, redecorated his house so it was inside-out and named it "the Outside the Asylum" (the rest of the world is "Inside the Asylum").
17th Jun '16 12:03:13 PM eroock
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-->--''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'': ''Christmas Tree of Might''

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